General Education Development (GED) Testing
One way to earn your diploma is by passing the GED® Tests. The GED® consists of four subjects:
- Reasoning Through Language Arts (includes written extended response)
- Science (includes short answer and math calculations)
- Social Studies (includes written extended response and math calculations)
- Math (mathematical reasoning)
GED® Preparation classes are small and offer a review of these skills, opportunities to learn and use computers, learn about goal-setting and job opportunities and develop a plan for success beyond graduation with employment counselors and college admissions staff.
Tuition of all GED®-level classes is $25, and financial aid is available for qualifying students. Adult Basic Education and Pre-GED® classes are free. Learn more and assess your skills at a free orientation session. View our orientation schedule to find a time that's best for you.
Register for classes by calling 410-386-8630 or 1-888-221-9748 or sending an email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Official GED® Ready
In the classes, you take the GED® Ready, which simulates the GED® test-taking experience, allowing you to practice with the types of questions on the actual test. The practice test is a good predictor of your readiness to take the official GED® tests; it also help you determine any area(s) where you need additional practice. View the official GED® practice test schedule.
Applying to take the GED® Tests
Register to take the test at ged.com.
Upon passing the GED® tests, you will be awarded a Maryland State High School Diploma.
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Plan Your Career
A Career Navigator is available to current students and graduates of any Adult Education program.